Detective Conan: The Movie is a Japanese film that tells the story of the adventures of Conan the Barbarian and his allies, as they journey across the kingdom of Japan to stop the invasion of the mysterious Black Empire.
It is set to release in North America on June 21st.
The story takes place between the events of the Conan the Brave anime and the film series.
In the anime, Conan was a young warrior who came across a lost civilization called the Kingdom of Heaven.
Conan began to fight alongside the warriors and he was eventually recruited by King Arthur.
He eventually became a member of the Knights of the Round Table, which was formed by the king’s daughter, Princess Luna.
The main antagonist of the film is a black man called Blackbeard, who is the son of the Black Dragon.
He is said to be a descendant of the King of Hell, who once ruled the realm of Hell.
Conan, his friends, and his fellow warriors are sent to retrieve the legendary treasure known as the Black Crown.
The film is also set in the years before Conan’s time and the kingdom’s rulers, the Crimson King, decided to establish the Black Empire, which is a land ruled by the Black Dragons.
The kingdom was later destroyed by a black dragon.
Conan and his companions traveled across the country to find the Black Throne.
The sequel to the film follows Conan’s adventures to the Black Kingdom.
In this film, Conan fights alongside his fellow heroes, the Black Samurai, and the Black Knights, who were sent to conquer the Black Kingdoms.
The Black King is defeated and Conan is captured by Blackbeard.
Conan was later freed from captivity, but was forced to kill his fellow Black Samurai to gain the Black King’s respect.
The film also takes place during the Black War.
The final film in the Conan franchise, The Legend of Conan: King of Blood, was released in 2016.
The story follows Conan as he faces the King in a battle between the two kingdoms.